According to the research of adventuring archaeologist Rich Wilde, the Aztecs worshipped Phil Ivey. How do we know? Because the poker run icons are the lower-tier symbols in the online slot Aztec Idols (or Rich Wilde and the Aztec Idols) – a great source of historical accuracy, to be sure.
This 15-payline online slot is fairly standard stuff, despite the much-ballyhooed “new and advanced math model” deployed in the programming of the game, albeit done in graphically outstanding fashion. Three golden pyramid symbols trigger the bonus game in Aztec Idols, a “pick ‘em”-style round in which up to 150x the total bet (for a maximum win of exactly $2,812.50) is available for the winning.
The wheel symbol (as it turns out, the Mesoamericans were totally into "Wheel of Fortune"-type amusements as well as poker) in the Aztec Idols slot wins 5x the total wager, should three appear in a single spin. This combination also triggers the free spins round, during which an extra scatter symbol is added to the reels.